Is there an amber alert in Utah?

AN amber alert is issued for four sisters who went missing in Utah on Saturday.

The girls were last seen leaving their home in the Daybreak community at about 10.45am on December 11.

Who is believed to have taken the four sisters?

The South Jordan Police Department was alerted that the four sisters were missing when they didn't return to their Utah home in the Daybreak community on December 11.

An amber alert was issued around 1.30am on Sunday and police say the girls are believed to be in a white four-door Toyota Tacoma. The license plate number is not yet known.

The girls' ages range from 9-12 years old and were believed to be taken by their mother, Allison Brimhall.

Information about where they might be headed or the circumstances behind the abduction is unknown.

Police identified the girls to be 12-year-old Hazelle Brimhall, 11-year-old Berlynn Brimhall, and 9-year-olds Autumn and Adelyne Brimhall.

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What do the missing girls look like?

The girl's mother, Alison Brimhall is 39 years old, is 5 foot four inches tall, with strawberry blonde hair, blue eyes, and weighs about 110 pounds.

Hazelle Brimhall is 12 years old, 4 feet 10 inches tall, with light brown hair and blonde highlights, brown eyes, and weighs about 80 pounds.

Berlynn Brimhall is 11 years old, 4 feet 5 inches tall, with dark brown-reddish hair, brown eyes, and weighs about 65 pounds.

Twins Adelyne and Autumn Brimhall are 9 years old, each is 4 feet tall, with brown hair, and weighs about 55 pounds.

Information about what the girls were wearing is unknown.

Who should you contact with any information?

Police do not have additional information surrounding the girls' abduction and their whereabouts are not known.

Police are asking anyone with information surrounding this case to call 911 or the South Jordan Police Department at 801-840-4000.

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